William Rudolph O'Donovan letters
Letters and typescripts of letters from O'Donovan to his family, including his mother, Mary Bright O'Donovan, and his sisters Jennie O'Donovan Abraham and Lucy A. Victor. Letters concern his Civil War service, his study of art in New York, his art work, social conditions, Christmas, and other topics.
Frederick O'Hara papers
Biographical accounts, letters, 2 work journals (1956-1960), essays, photographs, and printed material document Frederick O'Hara's printmaking techniques and career.
Ruth O'Hara papers relating to her print collection
Plaza Art Auction Galleries
Letters to Mrs. Louis Lowison from the firm of Robert Mussmann; letters from Robert Vonnoh and Harry Wicky; a letter to Adele Buckalter from John Taylor Arms; an auction sale receipt from The Walpole Galleries for prints bought by Mrs. Lowinson, mentioning bids for the same prints by Franklin Delano …
Interview of Frank Kleinholz
Kleinholz, Frank, 1901-
An interview of Frank Kleinholz conducted by Terry Anne Ohrstrom in which Kleinholz discusses Abraham Walkowitz.
Otis Oldfield letters and photograph
Five letters, 1925-1926, to "Odette" (Mrs. Helena Marguerita Da Rosa). Oldfield describes his work at the San Francisco Museum of Fine Arts and daily activities as an artist. Also included is a photograph of Oldfield, 1913.
Jules Olitski papers
The papers of artist and educator Jules Olitski measure 3.2 linear feet and date from 1950-2012. The collection sheds light on Olitski's career through writing files that consist of drafts, edits, and some correspondence; printed material such as newspaper clippings and articles, exhibition material, and published writings; portrait photographs of the artist; and sound and video recordings from interviews and lectures.
James Oliver account books
Account books presumed to have been kept by Oliver, listing his customers, charges, and sometimes naming the painting restored; names and addresses, probably of customers; copies of signatures of various artists.